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i could imagine they would make a pretty good hangover cure as well.

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That last pic looks like your inside a pint of Guinness - and if the limit is 2500 on tickets that's my type of weekender [although I think I'd book a week]...

I couldn't be doing with standing in a field with 100000+ others any more -I'm a bit past 50 and I have genration gap problems with those young 'uns under 45 [that includes me missus]...

[Just found out that its on the 18 + 19 09/2009 and as thats a few weeks into the school year its a no no - pity...

So now I'm off to search for other low key weekenders that take 2000 punters]


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they had manky teeth, lice, scurvy, questionable morals and unpleasant body odour :shaking: ... I'm not in to romanticising the past, it was a rough unpleasant life ... :roll: interesting though.


Aye, thar still be plenty a fair wench who likes it up 'em though, yargh.


Eek! :shock: :pale: That's right scared me on a monday night ... don't you be coming anywhere near me flatCap'n'whippet ... I definitely intend to avoid walking your plank :shaking:

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mph wrote:
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red hot chilli pipers.


Are they a tribute band?
Scottish?


not a tribute band. they play bagpipe versions of classic songs! quite a laugh when you've had a few bevvies.



Ohhh!!!!!
I actually thought it was a typo!
Sorry!!! :*: :*: :*:


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Ohhh!!!!!
I actually thought it was a typo!
Sorry!!! :*: :*: :*:


:*: Rita, I admire your honesty :wink: I'd have pretended it was a genuine question, myself...

And my mum and dad went to see the Red Hot Chilli Pipers a while ago and they thought they were great... Mental, but great.

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I wouldn't have gotten away with it, not with him. :roll:


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too bloody right!

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Bought tickets for Loopallu about 3 weeks ago.Always fancied atour around the North West of Scotland so we are going for 10 days so that we can take lots of it in.
Thanks to mph for all the info.


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Very amazing pictures, thanks for sharing!

i was there last summer, beautiful.

i visited almost all the Scotland. It was one of the best holiday of my life.
the most beautiful moment was at Isle Of Sky...wow...what a beautiful memories...

the end of the holiday was in Edinburgh....with the Richard Hawley show at the Queen's Hall..oh my God I was totally in love/mad/crazy...

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good god almighty, the perfect holiday. the isle of skye is really something else. stunning scenery around every corner.

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good god almighty, the perfect holiday. the isle of skye is really something else. stunning scenery around every corner.

you're right, amazing scenary every corner, unbeliveable place...
i wish i was there....

and there (scotland) i drank the best beer i've ever drunk...was called best...ooo i want a pint now....

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The second last photo reminds me of Norway - where is this Ullapool anyway?

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north west scotland about 54 miles north west of inverness. recharges my soul.

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Thought it might be Scotland - I've not been yet but definitely someday. It reminds me of driving from Bergen to Geilo over the mountain, because up there all the trees disapeer and it's just water, shorter plants and mountain as far as you can see, and the air is so different from down at sea level. Looks very peaceful.

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Anyone been to Plockton?

It's about 6 miles north of the Kyle Of Lochalshe. I try and go fairly often - it's a beautiful place.

I took this picture at Stromemore Castle just on the other side of the inlet to Plockton.

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